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sellers. and to warm up the crowd, just about every big name republican in florida and squirming all of the while, all those little ones brought by hopeful parents for a lesson in living history. >> i could say i met him before. >> reporter: have you always voted republican? abigail's mom is the obama campaign's worst nightmare. a former democrat who brushes off the president's targeted message to women. >> the economy is more important. it's not the social, the woman's right to do what she wants with her boeshgsd we need to get jobs for people. >> reporter: and then, finally, the man of the hour. the question of this election really comes down to this. do the people of america want four more years like the last four years -- or do you want real change, finally? >> reporter: began by promising a better tomorrow tomorrow. while this deadlocked state dealing with the headaches of yesterday. >> let people vote! let people vote! >> reporter: a long confusion ballot led to eternal lines at the polls and to a lawsuit by florida democrats to force republican state officials to keep early vo
. >> the electoral vote was not very close though. the president has 303 votes to mitt romney's 206. only florida is still undeclared at this point. the president controlled the swing states, and it cost the candidates to earn them. >> they spent $197 million campaigning in ohio, $192 million in florida. just more than $150 million in virginia. the president spoke less than an hour ago. he said he knows it takes more than money to win the presidency. >> he thanked his supporters and said he will return the favor over the next four years. >> whether i earned your vote or not, i have listened to you. i have learned from you, and i%u have made me a better president. and with your stories and your struggles i return to the white house more determined and more inspired ever about the work there is to do and the future that lies ahead. >> mitt romney graciously offered congratulations to the president and promised to work across party lines in the years ahead to help the nation. >> we want to get back to one of the congressional races that is fascinating in california we have been following closely. >>
. from florida senator marco rubio, the son of cuban immigrants -- >> we're special because dreams that are impossible anywhere else, they come true here. >> the american dream isn't just my story. >> reporter: to utah's mia love, who lost her race for congress last night. and ted cruz of texas, a tea party favorite who won his race for the senate -- >> can we retire president barack obama? >> reporter: and who we talked to at the convention. people say, all the rising parts of the american popular are going democratic, minorities, young people, college educated, unmarried women. and you're actually shrinking the base. >> well, you know, that story, every few years, that story gets written and yet somehow it doesn't quite seem to happen. >> reporter: but this time, it did. and the challenges faced by republicans go well beyond finding a few attractive minority candidates. >> i think the change that republicans are going to have to go through is going to take years. it's not going to be one election or one year. come to a combination of a candidate, their biography and the policies
: in a television studio in tallahassee, florida, machines spit out six numbers. numbers that are oh so close, but not quite the ones printed on your ticket. tonight it turns out they did match for at least two people. abc news has confirmed two winning tickets were sold. one in arizona. one in missouri. while the reality that almost all of us have lost, yet again, sets in -- let's go back to this morning when we were all about to become half-billionaires. "nightline" spent the day at three of the country's biggest lottery stores. first up, rosenberg, texas. rudy's stop and shop may look like a shack plastered with lottery signs, but you're looking at the luckiest spot in the lone star state. >> there you go. >> thank you. >> good luck. >> all right, thanks. >> reporter: its walls are lined with past winners. >> give me $10 worth. >> reporter: rudy's owner says last year alone, this one store precipitated printed up $2 million in winning tickets. >> we've cashed more tickets, produced more winners. >> six, seven and eight. thank you. >> thank you. all right. have a good day and good luck. >>
beginnings in clearwater, florida. >> i was always trying to figure out ways to make money and do little businesses. i mean, my first memory is drawing pictures with my friend on a rainy day and then selling them door to door. >> reporter: but her life's biggest pivot point was traumatic. she witnessed her best friend get hit and killed by a car. in her grief, she turned to self-help tapes. >> i memorized all ten tames of wayne dyer's "how to be a no limit person." and that really changed the trajectory of my life. >> reporter: the tapes helped her cope with failure and rejection, like when she bombed the exam to get into law school. she spent seven years selling fax machines door to door. >> sometimes people would be nasty and rip up my business card in my face. i would sit in my car and cry and put in motivational tape and usually just shift my thinking. >> reporter: and then, she had that ah-ha moment that would forever change her life. sparked by a troublesome pair of cream colored pai eed pants. >> you could see the panty line every time i put them on, see the cellulite on the back
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